Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Instructional Course Lecture-3 & 4 (ICL-Kochi), India

ICL Kochi-(Under Aegis of SICOT India)

Instructional Course Lecture-3 (ICL-Kochi)

  • Instructional Course Lecture -3(ICL-3)
  • Venue: Hotel Gokulam Park Inn, Kaloor,Kochi
  • Dates: Feb 3, 2012
  • Time: 7: 30 PM
  • No of delegates restricted to 40
  • Brochure

Instructional Course Lecture- 4 (ICL-Kochi)
Dates: April 28 & 29, 2012
Venue: IMA House,Kaloor Kochi
Renowed best of faculty from all over nation and world gathering at a prestigious platform.

Instructional Course Lecture (ICL-Kochi 4)-Under the Aegis of SICOT India
We invite you for the Instructional Lecture Series(ICL-Kochi-4) Summer session on April 29th. This Summer session will be unique, that it will have the best faculty from the country and overseas and will be a crash course for all Orthopaedic related exams and currently discussed topics. Our benchmark is the ICL of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS). Registrations will begin on 1st February 2012.

National and International faculty:
1. Prof Dr. Ashok Johari is an international faculty and he is the editor-in-chief of the prestigious journal, Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics (British), the only Indian Surgeon to achieve this feat in the history of Orthopaedics.
2. Prof Dr Mohit Bhandari, Canadian Trauma Research Chair.
3. Prof Anil Jain, Editor Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, NewDelhi
4. Prof Mandeep Singh Dhillon, Professor, PGI Chandigarh
5. Prof Dr PP Kotwal, Professor, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, NewDelhi
6. Dr Vikas Khanduja(Associate Editor, JBJS-British)
7. Prof Rajgopalan N, Pondicherry
8. Prof Dr R. Sivakumar is the Professor of Spine Surgery in Madurai Medical College and examiner for Tamilnadu Dr MGR Medical University.
9. Dr Lazar Chandy: Head of Orthopaedic Trauma in Lakeshore Hospital, Kochi and AO Trustee, India.
10. Dr Terrence Jose Jerome: Deputy Editor of Journal of Hand and Microsurgery.
11. Prof Murali Poduval : Additional Prof, JIPMER, Puducherry.
12. Prof Gopinathan, Calicut Medical College
13. Prof Rajesh Purushothaman: Calicut Medical College
14. Dr Senthilnathan T,University of Louisville,Kentucky, USA
15. Dr Vaibav Bagaria, SportsMed, Australia

USP of the Course:
1. Focus on latest and Hot topics in Orthopaedics(future DNB, DipSICOT and FRCS-Tr and Orth questions)
2. Best faculty in Orthopaedics in India
3. 2 day intensive course with focus on current concepts in orthopaedics
4. Quiz with Awards and Fellowship Opportunities
5. International Orthopaedic Fellowship Booklet
6. Instructional Course Lecture Booklet(predicted questions) for DNB June 2012
7. Major Discount on all International Orthopaedic Textbooks
8. Quick review on Clinical Examination
9. Clinical Examination Bays and Viva voce
10. Orthotics and Prosthetics
11. Meet the Masters Programme
12. Sawbone models from Synthes-Johnson and Johnson for Consultants

-Dr HItesh Gopalan 
ICL Co-ordinator
email :
ph: - +91 9747093443

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Sixth Annual Hip Joint Course, Baltimore

Sixth Annual Hip Joint Course

The 2011 Hip Joint Course was an extremely successful event with 180 attendees from 19 countries and 25 states in the U.S. The conference brought together the world leaders in hip joint preservation and reconstruction for a combination of didactic presentations, focused discussions, and hands-on cadaveric labs. Our faculty lectured on topics such as new surgical approaches, bearing surfaces, standard and resurfacing hip arthroplasty options, treatment options for femoroacetabular impingement, and avoiding complications. Participants attended two afternoon cadaveric lab sessions that featured expert-led, hands-on training in arthroscopy of the hip, anterior approach with and without navigation, resurfacing and preoperative templating magnification and digital planning.

We thank our corporate sponsors, faculty, publishing department and volunteers for making this course possible. Please continue to check this web site for information about the 6th Annual Hip Joint Course to be held in 2012.
Contact Information
Please contact Madeline Bacon with any questions about the Fifth Annual Hip Joint Course.
Phone: +1.410.601.9798
Fax: +1.410.601.0585
Mail: The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
2401 West Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215, USA

Limb Reconstruction Fellowship Program, Baltimore

Limb Reconstruction Fellowship Program

The Limb Reconstruction Fellowship Program of the ICLL provides postgraduate medical education in a unique orthopedic surgical subspecialty that includes the in-depth study, prevention, and treatment of limb length discrepancies, nonunions, malunions, and congenital and posttraumatic limb deformities by medical, physical, and surgical methods. Specifically, the Program is based on but not limited to techniques derived from the science of distraction osteogenesis. Methodologies used in the Program are not limited to any specific device or apparatus but rather encompass the full gamut of orthopedic fixation materials, including plates, intramedullary rods, and monolateral and circular fixators in the study and subsequent treatment and correction of these deformities. Fellowship opportunities are typically granted for periods of 6 months to 2 years.
The Limb Reconstruction Fellowship Program is centered at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. The Institute provides substantial support resources for this Program, including but not limited to outpatient, surgical, inpatient, imaging, laboratory, rehabilitation, and research resources. Operating rooms are provided, with equipment and staff to support the adult and pediatric reconstructive activities of this Fellowship Program. Research activities may take place at the Institute.
ICLL Fellowship Application Form

The International Center for Limb Lengthening
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore

2401 West Belvedere Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21215, USA
phone: 410-601-8700
toll-free: 800-221-8425
fax: 410-601-9575